6-8th grade artists at Durham Middle School
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Visual Art Comprehensive – NEW THIS YEAR! This is a year-long course. Students who successfully complete the year of high school art in middle school will be awarded 1 high school credit, and may begin studio art courses in high school. A numerical grade will be recorded each semester on the middle school report card. NOTE: The opportunity to study visual arts at the high school level in middle school is exciting, and should be taken seriously. This course adds to your child’s workload and requires daily application, sixty minutes of logged studio time each week outside of class, limited online performance tasks and a digital portfolio maintained at school. Students without access to a home computer will be given access to school computers to complete online assignments. Successful students need to be highly motivated in the visual arts, know how to plan their time efficiently, and stay the course. This course is taught by Mrs. Gaut.
Please fill out application and turn in 3 pieces of artwork on or before Friday May 3rd to me in the art room (#711)
If you like to take photos then this may be a contest you are interested in....
Check out this link for details and deadlines
Finalists: 10 entries from each seasonal contest will win a Tamron Nike Polo Shirt and will be eligible to win the Grand Prize of a Tamron Lens of your choice! All Finalists and the Grand Prize Winner will be featured on @TamronEDU social channels.
Grand Prize: Win any Tamron lens of your choice. The Grand Prize Winner will be awarded from the quarterly finalists on May 15, 2019 and receive recognition in the Graduation TamronEDU Newsletter Edition.
A Cobb County School District
Recycled Art Show
March 23rd, 2019 11-4 p.m.
Hosted at Kennesaw State University's Spring Arts FestivalIs it junk, trash, or treasure? Whatever you like to call it, recyclable materials can become a valuable resource in the eyes and hands of an artist. This art invitational is a chance for students to rethink, re-imagine, and reinvent the concept of what art is or has to be…And while we’re at it, do our part to contribute to the three R’s of recycling: reduce, reuse, and recycle.
Art Show Details
PLEASE HELP DONATE ITEMS FOR DURHAM STUDENTS TO PARTICIPATE!!!
We are getting ready for our annual Junk Yard Art Wars exhibit at KSU.
Art students are looking for "trash," recycled items that may be used to create a new piece of artwork. 50% of the students piece must be made from "trash" in order to go in the exhibit.
Examples of what we are looking for:
old game pieces
bottle caps (all colors and sizes)
clean tin cans
paper towel rolls
Come check out our 6th grade artists and 6th grade Chorus students on Thursday December 6th. The art exhibit will take place from 6:00-7:00 pm and then the Chorus will perform from 7:00-8:00 pm. Hope to see you there.
Another exhibit and performance will take place on
Tuesday December 11th. Students in 7th and 8th grade will have their artwork on display from 6-7:00 pm and then 7th and 8th grade chorus will perform from 7-8:00 pm
Select 7th and 8th grade students from Durham Middle School will be exhibiting work at Allatoona High School Thursday November 29th 7p.m.-8p.m.
Allatoona sculpture students and Pickett's Mill kindergarten and first grade students will also have artwork displayed that evening. Hope to see you there to support our amazing artists.
Where: Allatoona High School
3300 Dallas Acworth Hwy NW.
Acworth, GA 30101
When: Thursday November 29th 7:00pm-8:00pm
This is my 13th year teaching art and it is my passion to introduce art to the young minds in our community! I am looking forward to another fabulous year at Durham!